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Jim Youel
No. 30
Position:Quarterback
Personal information
Born: (1922-02-13) February 13, 1922 (age 97)
Vinton, Iowa
Career information
High school:Fort Madison (IA)
College:Iowa
Undrafted:1946
Career history
Career NFL statistics
TDINT:7-10
Yards:849
QB Rating:42.3
Player stats at NFL.com

James Stewart Youel (born February 13, 1922) is a former American football quarterback in the National Football League for the Washington Redskins and Boston Yanks. Born in Vinton, Iowa, he played college football at the University of Iowa.

Early life

Youel was born in Vinton, Iowa and attended Fort Madison High School, where he participated in football, basketball, and track.[1] His mother was originally hesitant to let him play football because she had lost a brother to a broken neck while he played football.[2]

College career

Youel attended and played college football at the University of Iowa as a quarterback and punter. In 1942 he helped the Hawkeyes defeat the previously unbeaten Wisconsin Badgers, 6-0.[3] During the game, he had four punts of 50+ yards, which helped stall the Wisconsin offense.[1] After the 1942 season, Youel was chosen to play in the Chicago College All-Star Game,[1] and the All-Stars beat the Washington Redskins 27-7. In 1943 Youel graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering.[1]

Navy

After graduating from college, Youel enlisted in the United States Navy during World War II. While stationed at Naval Station Great Lakes, he played football and was a boxer.[2][4]

Professional career

After finishing his service with the Navy, Youel was signed by Cleveland Rams in January 1945.[5] However, he was traded to the Washington Redskins for guard Al Fiorentino before ever playing with the Rams.[6] In 1946 and 1947 with the Redskins, he served as the backup quarterback for Sammy Baugh.

1948

On June 1, 1948 Youel was traded, along with end Joe Duckworth, to the Boston Yanks for offensive tackle Tom Dean.[7] He started only one game for the Yanks (in early October) and was then waived, after which he was signed by the Detroit Lions.[6] Youel misunderstood the signing, however, and accidentally reported to the Philadelphia Eagles, and missed the October 24th game against the Los Angeles Rams. He then took a train to Detroit where he was informed that he had been sent to the Rams.[6] Youel never played for the Rams, however, and sent was back to the Washington Redskins for the end of the 1948 season.[6]

Personal life

After Youel retired from the NFL, he became a math teacher and football coach for his alma mater, Fort Madison High School.[2] In 2008 Fort Madison renamed their football field "Jim Youel Field" in his honor.[8] Youel was named to the Iowa Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame.

References

  1. ^ a b c d Smith, Wilfrid (November 20, 1934). "Hawkeye Back One of Best Punters in Big Ten". Chicago Tribune. p. 19. Retrieved April 21, 2015.
  2. ^ a b c "Jim Youel". Bryaton's Beliefs. Retrieved 2015-04-21.
  3. ^ "100+ Years of Iowa Football: 1942". Gridiron Glory. Retrieved 2015-04-15.
  4. ^ "1944 Great Lakes" (PDF). LA84 Foundation. Retrieved 2015-04-21.
  5. ^ Donovan, Joe (January 5, 1945). "Sport Shorts Roundup". Brooklyn Eagle. p. 22. Retrieved April 21, 2015.
  6. ^ a b c d Maxymuk, John (September 1, 2009). Quarterback Abstract. Triumph Books. Retrieved April 21, 2015.
  7. ^ "'Skins in Trade". The Register-Guard. Google News Archives. June 1, 1948. p. 14. Retrieved April 21, 2015.
  8. ^ "FMHS field now 'Jim Youel Field'". Fort Madison Daily Democrat. January 18, 2008. Retrieved 2015-04-21.

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